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Old 01-12-2019, 01:52 PM   #1
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Prevent frost on LED headlights

What do you coat the plastic lens with to help prevent frost adhering too much on plastic LED headlights? I have Megs window sealant but as I cant determine if its safe on plastic lens covers I have not used it and also not sure it would bond.

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Old 06-12-2019, 02:19 PM   #2
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What do you coat the plastic lens with to help prevent frost adhering too much on plastic LED headlights? I have Megs window sealant but as I cant determine if its safe on plastic lens covers I have not used it and also not sure it would bond.
Assuming they are made of acrylic then you can use GTechniq G5
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Whatever I have to hand, last time I just used bsd like the rest of the car, seems to do the job and easy apply when doing the rest of the car, I would imagine any wax, sealant would help

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I have used Gtechniq G5 and it has been excellent. Water doesn't sit on any surface long enough to freeze in my experience.
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Whatever I have to hand, last time I just used bsd like the rest of the car, seems to do the job and easy apply when doing the rest of the car, I would imagine any wax, sealant would help

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Same here. Whatever I'm putting on the paintwork goes on the lights.
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